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Easy Gluten-Free Breakfast Ideas

Need a gluten-free breakfast idea to serve at your next Easter Brunch or special morning meal? Try these easy and delicious recipes that include eggs, hash browns, French toast, and more! Some of these recipes you can even serve as a side dish for your main meal too!

I wanted to make sure that all guests at the breakfast table could enjoy a bite to eat that was full of flavor, so I pulled together some of the favorites to share with you. All of these recipes are gluten-free and will help everyone start the day off feeling satisfied.

The best part of the following list is you can use some of these as appetizers or side dishes too!

Gluten Free Breakfast Ideas

Helpful Tools to Make These Recipes

These are some of the products I use to make and serve these dishes. Sometimes it helps to have separate serving and cooking dishes for gluten-free meals so guests know exactly what they can pile on their plate without any worries.

  • Colored Serving Dishes like these sturdy and beautiful Staub Bakers from Crate & Barrel. These are multi-purpose and come in so many beautiful colors.
  • Large Sheet Pan– is great for roasting veggies or making an entire meal.
  • Box Grater– can be used for more than just grating cheese! Use for potatoes, jicama, zucchini, or carrots! I love using this to make our Zucchini-Carrot Muffins, which you can make gluten-free by substituting your favorite gluten-free flour (which I find is the cheapest on Amazon)

Related gluten-free breakfast ideas recipes to try: Keto Pepperoni Pizza, Strawberry Almond Mug Cakes, 3-Step Celery Juice, Easy PB&J Protein Smoothie, No-Bake Energy Balls, Sirloin Steak Salad

Easy Gluten-Free Breakfast Ideas

A handy list of our favorite gluten-free breakfast ideas to serve for the morning meal or your next holiday brunch! Recipes include eggs, hash browns, quinoa, vegetables, and more.

Substitute Ingredients for gluten-free breakfast ideas

When it comes to eating a gluten-free diet, sometimes the easiest swap for baked goods is the flour. I like to use a one-for-one flour substitute, but you can also use almond flour or whatever your favorite may be. This will work especially well for muffins, cakes, pancakes, or waffles. My friend Mel has a great recipe for gluten-free pumpkin muffins that would be a great addition to the breafast table too!

Be sure to have these ingredients on hand too:

  • Butter or ghee
  • Sour Cream
  • Apple Sauce
  • Cottage Cheese
  • Yogurt

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Gluten Free Breakfast Ideas